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Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge used the teams eight-point win against West Coast in Melbourne in June as inspiration for their elimination final triumph, defender Jason Johannisen says.He said nothing should change from that, we should just go about our business, the result will handle itself and thats what happened tonight, he told AAP.The shock 47-point win was a reversal of both teams recent formline, with the injury-depleted Bulldogs beaten by Fremantle two weeks ago - their seventh in a row in Perth - and the Eagles winning nine out of their last 10.The last month or so we were a bit down on contested ball. We really wanted to step that up ... and our midfield was incredible with pressure and tackling. Us backs were able to read the play easier because of that, Johannisen said.He has waited five long seasons to play a first AFL final and made the most of his opportunity by starring in the win.After being relatively quiet in the first half, Johannisen started dominating the half back line in a rebounding role in the third quarter.His West Coast opponents struggled to lay a hand on the speedy 24-year-old in several exciting, hard dashes through the centre square at Domain Stadium in Perth.He collected 25 possessions, including 16 after half time.South-African born Johannisen moved to Perth with his family when he was eight and was raised there.To play a first final was really exciting. I couldnt wait to play (on Friday night). I tried to give the boys a bit of drive off half back, he told AAP.All the odds were against us, everyone tipped West Coast, which makes it even more special and were off to the MCG next week, which is going to be even bigger.Internally we believe we can beat anyone. We didnt care what outside people thought. Adidas Teppo Numminen Jersey . 8 Iowa State on Saturday, sending the Cyclones to their third consecutive loss. The Longhorns (14-4, 3-2) got their biggest win of the season with their third in the row in the Big 12. Adidas Oliver Ekman-Larsson Jersey .ca. Kerry, Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count? All of the video replays we were shown on TV were inconclusive about whether the puck had entirely crossed the line or not. http://www.cheapcoyotesjerseys.com/ . 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In the top flight, Manchester City will look to reignite their title challenge at Norwich, live on Sky Sports 1HD on Saturday afternoon, with the Canaries in need of a win to boost their survival hopes.Tottenhams bid to put pressure on leaders Leicester continues at Aston Villa while Bournemouth and Swansea meet as they look for points that will keep them up. Harry Kane will be looking to find the net against Aston Villa on Sunday Stoke also entertain Southampton in a clash of European hopefuls at the Britannia Stadium, while Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are all in action in the FA Cup.Here is what to look out for over the weekend, starting with the Premier League before moving on to the FA Cup… Ed Chamberlin is joined by Paul Merson to discuss this weekends Premier League fixtures Can Norwich keep a clean sheet and end their winless run? (Norwich v Manchester City - Saturday, 12.45pm, Sky Sports 1 HD)Citys last visit to Carrow Road on FA Cup business two months ago was a clear turning point in Norwichs season as they thrashed the home team 3-0.Since then, Alex Neils side have failed to win in each of their nine games and all 10 fixtures have seen them fail to keep a clean sheet. Manchester City have an excellent record against sides in the bottom half of the Premier League table, including Norwich Having been as high as eighth in the first few weeks of the season, they have slipped further down the standings the longer their winless run has gone on.While City must win to keep their title hopes alive, Norwich desperately need a victory too as their hopes of survival begin to look bleak.The last time Neils men won they also managed to keep a clean sheet as they defeated Southampton 1-0. How home fans would welcome both this weekend. Would a win ensure survival for either Bournemouth or Swansea? (Bournemouth v Swansea - Saturday, 3pm)Results in recent weeks have seen a gap open between the Premier Leagues bottom four teams and the sides directly above them.Bournemouth and Swansea are two of the clubs who have shown improvement since the turn of the year, each taking 14 points from their last eight fixtures. Both Swansea and Bournemouth are nearing Premier League safety It may be both are already far enough ahead of 18th-placed Norwich - Bournemouth are 11 points clear and Swansea have a nine-point gap - to avoid a relegation scrap.A win for either side would certainly enhance their hopes of staying up and while not mathematically safe yet, it could prove to be enough in the long run.Can Stoke or Southampton make a late push for fifth? (Stoke v Southampton - Saturday, 3pm)As the Premier League has intensified since the turn of the year, there has been plenty of focus on who will secure Champions League football.The race to the Europa League is arguably just as engrossing and several teams will still consider themselves to be in contention for fifth place. Southampton will need Sadio Mane to get back among the goals Southampton and Stoke may well be outsiders given they occupy eighth and ninth respectively at present but both are within sight.A win for either could be the catalyst for a late surge into European contention.Will Tottenhams Europa-to-Premier curse derail their title challenge? (Aston Villa v Tottenham - Sunday, 4pm)Tottenham return to Premier League action on Sunday at Aston Villa, three days after a heavy Europa League defeat to Borussia Dortmund, and a return to winning ways would put pressure on leaders Leicester.Whether they get it is another matter - even with Villas four-matchh losing run in mind - and more pertinent for Spurs fans is their own teams indifferent form after European games.ddddddddddddTottenham have notoriously struggled with the Thursday-Sunday schedule in recent seasons, although Mauricio Pochettino did make seven changes in Germany to keep things fresh. Tottenham will look to avoid a Europa League hangover when they travel to Aston Villa This term they have been inconsistent - winning just three of their eight fixtures immediately after European ties - and their heavy run of games could take a toll once again.Meanwhile, the last eight of the FA Cup throws up four intriguing fixtures as seven Premier League teams and Championship side Reading all turn out knowing they could be just 90 minutes from Wembley… Ed and Merse discuss this weekends FA Cup quarter-final fixtures How do Chelsea react after their Champions League exit? (Everton v Chelsea - Saturday, 5.30pm)Knowing they will be without Champions League football for the first time in 13 years is a situation Chelsea are still getting used to.If they think thats bad, their fans will travel to Goodison Park with the odd prospect of their team having nothing significant to play for in the last two months of the season if they lose to Everton. Will Chelsea bounce back from their defeat by Paris Saint-Germain? Guus Hiddink has admitted Chelsea are in transition and with the club heavily tipped to appoint Antonio Conte as their new manager, it appears there is a new man to impress.An FA Cup win this season would clearly help but as is the case for Everton, Chelseas season will effectively be over with a defeat in this fixture after Wednesdays loss to PSG.Will Arsenal continue to stutter in their FA Cup defence? (Arsenal v Watford - Sunday, 1.30pm)Arsenal are bidding to become the first team in 130 years to win three consecutive FA Cups but you wouldnt know it with a look at how their defence of the trophy has gone so far.After coming from behind to beat Sunderland, they were then pushed all the way by Burnley and went to a replay against Hull before winning 4-0 on Tuesday night. Arsenals title challenge takes a back seat when they face Watford in the FA Cup In Watford, they face a team that has adapted well to life in the Premier League and they should be the Gunners toughest opponents yet in the competition.Watford have been workmanlike in a trio of 1-0 wins over Newcastle, Nottingham Forest and Leeds in the previous rounds.Combine that with Arsenals growing injury list and they should provide a difficult afternoon for the holders on Sunday.Can West Ham keep up their good record against big-name sides? (Manchester United v West Ham - Sunday, 4pm)West Ham supporters have good reason to believe they will see European football at the Olympic Stadium next season, particularly with their results against the countrys biggest sides in mind.Under Slaven Bilic, they have made a habit of pulling off their best results when they are seen as underdogs and that will give them hope going to Old Trafford. 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